ASHBURN, VA – March 15, 2019 – Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK), is seeking candidates for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Cyber Situational Awareness and NetOps Division Assessment and Authorization (A&A) and Project Support Cell (PSC) Support contract. SuprTEK was awarded this contract in February 2019. While it is currently under protest, we are interested in interviewing qualified candidates so we can be prepared for the resolution of the protest. Our team will provide A&A and PSC support to assist in evolving customer capabilities while ensuring stable and continuously improving performance to meet the Operation Support System (OSS) mission objectives.
We are currently hiring for the following positions:
- Program Manager
- Lead Project Manager (Project Support Cell)
- Project Managers (Project Support Cell)
- Configuration Management Specialists
- SharePoint Specialists
- Sr. SharePoint Specialists
- Jr. Information Assurance/Security Specialists
- Information Assurance/Security Specialists
- Sr. Information Assurance/Security Specialists
- Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO)
Please view these openings as well as our other openings at www.suprtek.com or contact us at: DISAJobs@suprtek.com.
SuprTEK provides IT Engineering and Professional Service excellence to Government and Industry customers, enabling them to better achieve their mission objectives. SuprTEK specializes in information security and assurance, strategic business planning and management, IT solution engineering and delivery, IT operations management, Enterprise Integrated Services, Service Center operations, and Health IT. Since 1996, SuprTEK has performed exceptionally on a multitude of contracts ranging in size from short-term management consulting engagements to fully-managed IT outsourcing efforts.
Our team of technical professionals have satisfied customers including DISA, Army, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency, U.S. Navy, Air Force, Combatant Commands such as USTRANSCOM, Department of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency, and intelligence agencies.